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Name:Upsall Hill
Hill number:16911
Height:156m / 512ft
Parent (Ma):2832  Gisborough Moor
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Redcar and Cleveland (CoU)
Catchment:Tees
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NZ 54595 16062
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:40m
Col:116m  NZ551164  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 93
(1:25k) OL26N 306
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Flatts Lane visitor centre on woodland paths. Top (wherever it is) is a brambly mess, really not worth the bother! Mile each way. There is a leaflet available showing the paths.citygent03/10/2019
Parked at start of Flats Lane (NZ 5413 1592). Did the reservoir trig pillar first then forest tracks and some rough to the HP.jonglew06/09/2019
From BW (parking) and path into Country Park at NZ 5416 1602 to wood. Wood open. Summit area thick brambles. Feint path up from NZ 54590 16090carole engel26/12/2018
Pleasant country park being enjoyed by lots of kids on their hols. Shame about the dog muck in plastic bags. I donít understand such dog owners. Pick it up and take it home.Campbell Singer08/08/2018
Ran up from Flatts Lane Country Park, then Eston Nab.stever27/04/2018
Approached along footpath from Nunthorpe Bypass.mrs_ts725/03/2018
A walk in the park on a cool sunny Sunday morning.Dugswell226/11/2017
From Flatts Lane car park. Circumnavigated reservoir to inspect pillar and mast(at a distance)and then on to gorse bush at top.With Oscar.catman14/11/2017
With Catman.oscarrosie14/11/2017
From WSW, intially along BW, then followed tracks going uphill. HP by Gorse bush.PeterD06/04/2017
Parked just off main road to SW then walked across after being disappointed there was no access to the caged trig.vegibagger05/04/2017
from Country park car park following paths to summit via wood carvingscjo12/03/2017
With Alfie. A walk in the park! Went to visit the imprisoned trig point and viewed it through the compound fence.Dangerous Dave26/01/2017
From Flatts Lane Country Parkafoster23/01/2017
from Flatts Lane Country Park with Eston Nabjoseph mitchell14/08/2016
Evening ascent with Darren through wooded country park from car park to NE to complete R & C. Owl put up in summit trees by D ahead of me. Then after encircling the large fenced reservoir we managed to reach the 'inaccessible' trig by squeezing under the main gate where heavy machinery had gouged a sloping hollow in the road. Required a sideways crab move in the press up position to keep out of the gravelly dirt. Not a move one often performs. Later,a chip supper where we were given extra free chips and a bun because we 'looked hungry'! Then drove across the Pennines to camp high in fog and rain and dark next to the lonely Tan Hill road at 500mChris Pearson28/07/2016
As AJ. Got a summit photo for Des. Redcar & Cleveland completion.ngthack24/02/2016
From W, past reservoir compound, L on path leading almost all the way, then a few m of brambles to summit marked by isolated gorse bush. Starlight ascent after office Xmas meal and a Fri eve A1 drive north.RHW11/12/2015
Bridleway from WSW leading into Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park. Turned R just after Nunthorpe reservoir through bushes, cross open area, then into wood. Summit by gorse bush, overgrown area.Aye Jimmy15/10/2014
Interesting. Parked at bridleway, NZ541160, and went up lane for trig, which is in locked compound. Circled the fence to get a view, then had struggle through brambles and vegetation to regain track. The hill is 300m or so away, following bike tracks to uncover a pleasant gorse and tree covered top. Bracken re-emerging. More of a trek than expected but pleasant. Back to road by easy descent to Upsall Hall and then back along that to start.nordicstar30/04/2014
Wandered up this whilst visiting the country park with no intention of bagging anything. A true unexpected tump!moorsman19/03/2013
Andy West16/08/2019
Ben Rinnes11/06/2019
Barbara Singer08/08/2018
Lucky08/04/2018
maknipe08/04/2018
mae12/07/2017
softsquare14/04/2017
Martin R25/01/2017
nicolajane18/11/2016
GaryJones01/10/2016
GordonAdshead13/05/2016
Tricky24/02/2016
Nobreath01/09/2013